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天主教鮑思高慈幼會接辦以後,粵華中學在教育青少年的工作上,依循鮑思高的教育理念 --- 預防教育法。目前,本校中、英文部共有48個班;其中,中文部初中主要學習基礎科目,高中則設兩組別,分別學習商、理科課程;英文部中一、中二年級主要學習基礎科目,中三年級開始,學生可選擇文商或理科分班學習;同時,本校亦開始了英文中六年級的文商班和理科班。得益於歷任校長和老師的辛勤工作與奉獻,粵華中學如今已成為澳門一所具有良好聲譽的中英文中學。

:::學 年 主 題:::

:::歷 史:::

本校於1925年由廖奉基和譚綺文兩位女士在廣州創立。後因時局動盪,於1928年遷來澳門。
至1942年四月,太平洋戰爭爆發,學校的經濟深受影響。廖校長遂與陳基慈神父洽商,同年正式交由鮑思高慈幼會接管。六月,第一屆的高中畢業生卒業,為本澳現存歷史最悠久之一所高中學校。 其後,慈幼會收購「青雲小學」舊址改建為「粵華分校」。
1944年,因「培貞女子中學」未在廣東省教育廳立案,經校方同意後,改名為「粵華中學女子部」。
於1948年開辦英文部。 1971年,粵華校友會 正式成立。
1973年,粵華中學女校脫離本校,改名為「聖心中文女子中學」,即是今日聖心中文部的前身。
1974年,本校獲准為倫敦大學普通教育文憑試(GCE)澳門區考試中心。
1988年,教職員聯誼會成立。於翌年增建一幢六層高廿二間課室及七間特別室之建築物,新校舍命名為「納德樓」。
1991年九月,「粵華分校」易名為「陳瑞祺永援分校」。1994年,學生會成立。
1995年六月十日,本校榮獲澳門政府頒授『文化功績勳章』及獎狀。同年九月,為回應本校女生攻讀理科的需求,英中六理科開始招數女生就讀。並於十月成立家長教師會。
2000年九月,為配合校更好發展,本校中、英文小學部學生全部遷往「鮑思高粵華小學」上課,從此本校成為一所完全中英文中學。為慶祝千禧年,同年十月動土奠基,將舊日大看台拆除,建成三層高橢圓形的多用途建築物,命名為「千禧綜合館」。
2001年五月四日由本澳特別行政區首長何厚鏵與林家駿主教聯袂主持揭幕禮。
2005年,本校作了大規模的改建,拆卸原建於一九三四年的明我樓、行政樓及擴建足球場。
2006年六月,舉行「明我樓」重建動土禮。
2008年八月,新校舍「明我樓」竣工。十二月八日由天主教澳門教區黎鴻昇主教祝聖,澳門行政長官何厚鏵主持揭幕啟用。
2008年九月,李益僑神父繼任校長職務,除致力提升學生品德、改善學生學習,並繼續推動教職員之校本培訓工作。
2011年,本校資深教師陳文彬先生,獲校董會委任聘為校長。
2012年,本校接受教青局之「學校綜合評鑑」,多方面工作得到認同,結果令人滿意。
2013年,校方編寫新的三年計劃。主要內容包括:優化教師團體合作效能;促進教師專業成長;提升教學工作質素;加強學生靈、德育方面的培育工作等。
2015年,思高樓神長宿舍改建為新的多功能辦公場所,由慈幼會東亞澳區區長賢明漢神父祝聖。
最近五年,每年平均有本校就讀學生、校友、教師獲得澳門特別行政區的嘉許,授予勛章或獎狀,足為本校增光。此端校友政策略正確所致,學校於穩中求變,務實求新,力求再創佳績。
粵華中學自慈幼會接辦至今已歷九十載,在漫長歲月中,不但保持了創校者之原旨,亦為本澳教育事業作出貢獻。經過接近一個世紀的銳意經營、不斷拓展,粵華中學現已成為一所擁有初、高中階段,中、英文部學生逾一千六百餘人的學校。且亦貫徹靈、德、智、體、群、美的教學宗旨,均衡發展、秉承前賢創業守成之志,延續了會祖聖鮑思高之教育精神。
展望前途,粵華中學將繼續譜寫新的教育篇章,為澳門,為社會,為國家繼續培養人材,肩負榮主育群之使命。我們堅信,在全體教職員工的努力下,粵華中學定必繼續揚帆奮進!

:::校 徽:::

粵華,就是廣東之花-木棉之意。因此在校徽的正中,特別以一朵美麗的木棉花為標誌。
木棉是高大喬木,長得亭亭正直,不偏不倚,偉岸自得,儼然有英雄氣概,這正好象徵著我們的志氣,不屈不撓。
紅色十字架,表示本校是一所天主教學校,以基督的博愛及犧牲精神,作為我們處世做人的原則。
拉丁文 IN VIRTUTE SCIENTIA 意即求學首在修德,這正與孔子的教訓「德修學講」〈註〉的意義相切合。我們的校訓正好表明我們求學應有的態度:在道德方面,要注重品德的修養;在學業方面,要講求勤學鑽研。本乎此,凡是品學兼優,敬主愛人的,他才是真正的「粵華人」。
〈註〉:「德之不修,學之不講,聞義不能徙,不善不能改,是吾憂也。」

(論語述而篇)


:::校 歌:::

粵華粵華大時代之杏壇
粵華粵華吐放文化之花
璀璨斑斕濱濠海枕松山
紅黃校旗飄展其間
英才輩出像鐵般體魄
鋼般意志抱負非凡
集中力量除荊棘為人群
點燃著基督之明燈
照導人海征帆
操鮑思高堅舵
瞄準正前方
乘風破浪
在慈幼會旗幟之下
愛祖國 愛世界 新青年向前邁進。
Ever since the school was run by the Salesians , Yuet Wah College follows Don Bosco’s educational method --- Preventive Educational System to educate youth. There are now a total 48 classes in the Chinese and English sections. Junior students in the Chinese section study all the general subjects, and those in the Senior section are divided into two streams﹕the Science stream and the Commerce stream. Student of F.1 and F.2 study all general subjects and they can choose to study in the Science class or commerce class when they are promoted to Form3. Now, there are also Science class and commerce class for students of Form 6. With the hard work and dedication of all the Principals and teachers, Yuet Wah College is now a reputed Chinese and English secondary school in Macao.

:::Theme of Year:::

:::History:::

Yuet Wah was founded in 1925 in Guangzhou by Ms. Li Fong Kei and Ms. Tam I Man. It was moved to Macau due to political unstability In 1928.
In 1933, Macao government granted land for expansion of the school. Yuet Wah College was then named as "Yuet Wah College (Macao)" and was officially registered at the Guangzhou education bureau.
The financial situation of the school became very difficult with the outbreak of the Pacitic War in 1942. Principal Liu then discussed with Fr. Mario Acquistapace and handed over the School to Salesinas of Don Bosco in the same year. In June of that year, the 1st batch of Senior Secondary students graduated. Yuet Wah College is now the school with the longest history in Macao. Later the Salesians of Don Bosco bought the site of old "Ching Yun Primary School" and built "Yuet Wah Branch School".
In 1944, "Pui Ching Girls' Middle School" was found unregistered at the Guangzhou Education Bureau; with the consent of the school, its name was changed to "Yuet Wah College (Girls' School).
In 1948, the English Section was established. Starting from 1954, our students participated in University of London General Certificate of Education examinations. In the 60s and 70s, the Grand Stand and two 3- storey buildings were built. In 1971, Yuet Wah Alumni Association was established.
In 1973, Yuet Wah College(Girls' School) was separated from Yuet Wah College and changed its name to "Sacred Heart Chinese Girls' School", which is the present Sacred Heart Canossian College (Chinese Section).
In 1974, school library and laboratory were augmented. In the same year our school was officially appointed to be the examination center of Exdecel London Examination (GCE) in Macao.
Starting from 1981, school provided both science and commerce subjects for students of Chinese section. They could choose to study either Science stream or Commerce stream. Besides air-conditioned classrooms, Audio-Visual Room and Computer Room were also set up.
In 1988 Teachers and Staff Association was established. In the following year, Rinaldi Building was built. It is a 6 storeys building with 22 classrooms and 7 special rooms. The Opening Ceremony was held on the 4 May 1991.
In September 1991, Yuet Wah Branch School changed its name to Chan Sui Ki Perpetual Help College (Branch School) and was managed by FMA (Figlie di Maria Ausiliatrice - Daughters of Mary Help of Christians) . Starting from 1992 September, students in the English Section could choose either Science stream or Commerce-Art stream when they were promoted to Form 4.
In 1994, Student Union was established.
On 10th June, 1995, our school had the honor to receive the Culture Contribution Award and a certificate from Macao Government. In September of the same year, responding to the needs of girl students studying Advanced level Science subjects, the School enrolled girl students for the first time in Form 6 Science class (English Section). In October, Parents and Teachers Association was established.
In September 2000, for better development of our school, all the primary students of English Section and Chinese Section moved to Colegio Dom Bosco (Yuet Wah); and thereafter, we became a secondary school.
"The Grandstand" was demolished as to celebrate the Millennium, and at the same place built a 3 storeys oval shaped multi-functional building named "Jubilee Complex." On 4th May, 2001, Jubilee Complex was inaugurated by Mr. Edmund Ho Hau Wah, the Chief Executive of Macao SAR and Bishop Fr. Domingos Lam Ka Tseung.
In 2002 the Second Phase of the Reconstruction Project started. 3 old school buildings were demolished and the football field was expanded.
In March, 2005, the expansion work of the football field completed.
For further development of the School, on 24th May, 2006, the groundbreaking ceremony of the new school building was held at the site of old Dominic Building.
In 2008, this new 8-storey tall Dominic Building was completed. It was inaugurated by the Chief Administrative Executive of Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, Mr. Edmund Ho and Rector Major of the Chinese Province of the Salesians of Don Bosco, Rev. Father Simon Lam.
In 2011, Mr. Maung Sein Myint (Michael Chan), an experienced teacher of our College, was appointed the new principal by the Board of Directors.
In 2012, our College accepted the Integrated Evaluation of Schools from the Macau Education and Youth Affairs Bureau. Our works in various areas were highly commended, and the school is quite satisfied with the outcome of the evaluation.
In 2013, our College initiated a new “Three-year plan”. The focus of the new plan includes improvement of teaching staff’s teaching efficiency and promotion of their professional development; enhancing teaching quality as well as strengthening spiritual and moral education of students.
In 2014, the College acquired the Salesian Quarter of “Don Bosco Building” and constructed a multi-function teachers’ office, capable of coping with the future development. This new building was consecrated on April 23, 2015 by Fr. Václav Klement, Regional Councilor for East Asia and Oceania.
In the past five years, achievements of our students, alumni as well as teachers have been recognized by the Macau SAR government. Medals and Certificates of Honor were given to them. The honors should be accredited to the proper strategies implemented in our College. Yuet Wah College will continue to change for further improvement while maintaining stability in administration and management. We are pragmatic and adapt to new ideas. We endeavored to step forward and achieve excellent results.
In the past five years, achievements of our students, alumni as well as teachers have been recognized by the Macau SAR government. Medals and Certificates of Honor were given to them. The honors should be accredited to the proper strategies implemented in our College. Yuet Wah College will continue to change for further improvement while maintaining stability in administration and management. We are pragmatic and adapt to new ideas. We endeavored to step forward and achieve excellent results.
Yuet Wah College will continue to strive to be one of the best schools in Macau, just as she has done in her glorious history.

:::School Motto:::

Our School's Motto derives from a famous saying of the great Sage Confucius. In his ANALECTS, Book Seven, Chapter Three, we read: If virtue is not properly cultivated, if learning is not thoroughly discussed, if righteousness, once known, is not pursued, if evil is not corrected, all these things make me sad.
If this is true for everyone, it is especially true for those who are in the process of learning. In fact, if a student does not strive to practice virtue, acquire learning, cultivate righteousness and avoid evil, he is wasting his own time and the time of his education.
Our Motto, which in Latin reads "In Virtute Scientia" may be rendered "Knowledge through Virtue", i.e. if you wish to acquire knowledge, you must first practise virtue.
It is interesting to note that St. John Bosco, the Founder of our Salesian Congregation, after many years of experience in the field of education, arrived at the same conclusion. He used to say: "A student who does not practise virtue will never be able to acquire true knowledge".
Therefore, after the example of these two great Leaders, Confucius and Don Bosco, and under their guidance, let us strive to cultivate virtue and acquire knowledge.

:::School Song:::

Yuet Wah, Yuet Wah, fount of wisdom and of power.
Yuet Wah, Yuet Wah, our culture's fragrant flower,
Ensconced serene on Guia's verdant hill,
Your gold, red flag, high flying still!
Your stalwart sons, forever strong and bold,
With wills of steel and hearts of gold,
Striving with might and main to serve mankind,
and shed the light of Jesus Christ,
To guide men over life's rough seas - Don Bosco at the helm.
Steering straight and true, through wind and waves,
Under our patron - Don Bosco,
Loving our land, loving one and all,
Youth of today, go marching on.